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The announcement of the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, of the end of use of the mask abroad as of the 26th has not convinced the PP communities, who wanted to have been informed before, nor to the main opposition parties: PP Y Vox, who doubt the chosen moment.

From the communities, the Minister of Health of Castilla y León, Veronica Married, has made Sánchez ugly that he has not informed before to the autonomies within the inter-territorial councils of the end of the obligatory use of masks.

He has indicated that he would have “loved” to know the measure before, while the Executive spokesman, Francisco Igea, has said that this is not the way to exercise co-governance.

The president of the Xunta de Galicia, Alberto Nunez Feijóo, has welcomed the end of the masks, which he has described as a “political decision”, when decisions in a pandemic always have to be made with a health and not a political nature.

Has remembered that Galicia, as well as other communities, asked for a long time in the Interterritorial Health Council a protocol to determine when and how to remove the mask outdoors because it is unnecessary.

In similar terms, the Minister of the Presidency of Andalusia has expressed himself, Elijah Bendodo, who has criticized that it has been taken without consensus with the autonomies and the vice president, Juan Marín, has said that the Board will continue to recommend its use, although it is not mandatory.

The president of Murcia, Fernando López You look, has crossed out of “populist” the announcement and has estimated that “will predictably coincide” with the pardons to those imprisoned for the “procés”. “It cannot be that all the decisions that are made in Spain are subject to Sánchez’s political and partisan interests and strategies and I am afraid that this is a populist announcement made without speaking with the autonomies, with the health authorities, without agreeing with anyone and without any other type of sanitary criterion, “he told the media in an act of the Cartagena employer’s association.

The PP, against

The secretary general of the PP, Teodoro Garcia Egea, has opined that “the Government is right when it heeds the recommendations of the PP “, since” several autonomous governments of the PP had raised the need to dispose of the mask in open spaces “.

And he has indicated that “it would have been good if a dialogue with the autonomous communities “before making the decision.

The PP spokesman in the Senate, Javier naughty, points out in a tweet that the decision has been made “with the backing of the same scientific-technical committee as always, that is, ‘let’s see if we stop talking about pardons or ridiculous with Biden. ‘ Yes sir !! Scientific-technical rigor always !! “.

The national spokesperson, Jose Luis Martinez Almeida, has recognized that glad, since it supposes a advanced against the pandemic and in the vaccination schedule, but thanks must be given to the regional governments, which are the ones who have made the decisions. In his opinion, Sánchez “only announces good things but does not show his face when they come badly.”

The president of Vox, Santiago Abascal, in another tweet, indicates that they were branded suicidal for wanting to end outdoor masks and now they are given the reason “to cover the shame of pardons, the looting of electricity and the theft of gasoline.” “For Sánchez,” he adds, “our freedoms are merchandise with which to traffic.”

While the president of Ciudadanos, Agnes Arrimadas, in the same social network, recalls that they have been asking for it for weeks and that this Thursday the PSOE voted against his proposal to eliminate the mandatory mask outdoors. “We celebrate – he specifies – that the Government of Sánchez rectifies and finally applies the scientific evidence and common sense in this regard.”

The first deputy mayor of Barcelona, Jaume Collboni, in the same network, indicates the desire he has to see people’s faces again and thanks the health personnel, the scientists and the public “for making it possible with their effort”.

Revilla “looks good”

To the president of Cantabria, Miguel Angel Revilla, “It seems good” to him that the mask is no longer mandatory “because it is a nightmare”, more now in summer, but he affirms that he will continue to use it “except when he is outdoors”, with few people and at a distance “and that he will not there are crowds “.

The government Valencian advocates that it be “prudence” that marks the decisions related to the pandemic, so he will wait to see how the use of the mask is regulated in the extraordinary Council of Ministers next week to assess the decision that is adopted, has affirmed its vice president, Mónica Oltra.

The Minister of Health of Aragon, Sira Repollés, has shown “totally in agreement” with its elimination in exteriors, for being “the opportune moment” and “a first step” that the community is in conditions to take.

The president of The Rioja, Concha Andreu, has indicated that the decision will be assumed “without problems and with enthusiasm” and has advised “to maintain prudence, distance and hand hygiene”.

The Organization of Consumers and Users (TO FATHER) celebrates Sánchez’s announcement to end the mandatory use of the mask in open spaces as of June 26, a measure that was already requested by OCU on May 6, considering that at that time the obligation to wear a mask in Outdoor spaces where it is possible to maintain a safe distance was unnecessary “in light of the accumulated scientific evidence and in line with the recommendations of the World Health Organization.”


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